The report published today shows an extra €1.3 billion income for small and medium-sized enterprises, which received support through the European Union’s EU4Business initiative in 2019. Almost 80,000 companies in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine received assistance and managed to create over 117,000 new jobs.
Armenia. The Armenian government approved its Economic Response programme and associated Action Plan. This was based on the ninth (overcoming COVID-19 and elimination of its far-reaching effects) and tenth (reinstatement of the economic environment) paragraphs of the roadmap setting the priorities, goals, and scope of anti-crisis measures in place until the end of the first half of 2021.
With 20 years of experience in digital entrepreneurship, Dr. Mohamed Es Fih provided individual solutions to Armenian businesses to develop access to new markets with resilient e-commerce tools.
Under “Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade,” an EU4Business initiative, Armenian tea growers have gained expert advice on how to enter new markets and present their products on leading international platforms.
As part of the Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade EU4Business Initiative, 15 Armenia-based companies regularly participated in SIAL Paris – the leading trade fair for processed food, Biofach organic food trade show in Nuremberg and ANUGA trade fair for food and beverages in Cologne.